April 9, 2018

NSF Announces New York City as Testbed for New Wave of Mobile Technology

Rutgers, Columbia, and NYU will lead research aimed at pushing the limits of wireless-networking. The platform in New York, called COSMOS, will be a proving ground for a new generation of wireless technologies and applications.
March 23, 2018

Columbia Researchers Studying How To Ensure Safety of Driverless Cars

A team of Columbia researchers is trying to adapt previously unlinked models of traffic flow and accidents to understand how different liability regimes may influence human and manufacturer behavior.
March 20, 2018

Pioneering Research Will Be on Display During Data Science Day

Columbia will hold its third annual Data Science Day on March 28. The conference is open to the public and aims to foster collaboration and deepen understanding of issues such as public health and medical research, climate change and financial risk.
March 6, 2018

For Blind Gamers, Equal Access to Racing Video Games

The RAD, an audio-based interface that can easily be integrated into existing video games, enables people who are visually impaired to play video games with the same speed and control as sighted players, with full 3D graphics and complex, challenging racetracks.
March 2, 2018

Crowdsourced Family Tree Yields New Insights about Humanity

From millions of interconnected online genealogy profiles, researchers have amassed the largest, scientifically-vetted family tree to date, which at 13 million people, is slightly bigger than a nation the size of Cuba or Belgium.